|Study location||United Kingdom, Durham, England|
|Nominal duration||1 Year|
|Tuition fee||£24,500 per year|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Lisans Diplomasi / Bachelors Degree with 3.0 GPA or 70%
The entry qualification documents are accepted in any language
IELTS: 6.5 (no component under 6.0)
TOEFL iBT (internet based test): 92 (no component under 23)
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
CV / Resume
Specific requirements for Non-EU applicants:
National High School Diploma
A*A*A National High School Diploma – Devlet Lise Diplomasi (from school on International Office approved list) with grade of 86% or higher in final year (year 12) (CPGA of 4.6).
Students studying the National High School Diploma – Devlet Lise Diplomasi, from a school which is not on the International Office recognised list will be required to take a Foundation Programme to gain entry to our undergraduate degree programmes.
Ön-Lisans Diplomasi (Associate Degree)
A*A*A Ön-Lisans Diplomasi (Associate Degree) in a relevant subject with an overall grade of 65% or higher.
This course will provide graduates with advanced knowledge and understanding of Mechanical Engineering in three ways. Firstly, high-quality taught modules will introduce advanced Mechanical Engineering topics such as turbomachinery design, non-linear stress analysis, fluid mechanics, contact and friction. Secondly, a substantial group design element will equip students with the ability to carry out advanced design in multinational teams using appropriate design standards and sophisticated engineering analysis tools. Finally, a major research and development project allows the student to demonstrate the ability to work independently on a complex topic and demonstrate initiative in the solution of engineering challenges.
Durham University has many researchers tackling problems relevant to industry and society. These are organised into three research challenges: sustainable infrastructure, future energy systems and next generation materials and microsystems. These are broad interdisciplinary challenges and will form the topics of many of the substantial projects that student will undertake. Durham students are uniquely placed to take advantage of a broad range of expertise in a general engineering department.
The course consists of five core modules to provide an advanced engineering education in Advanced Mechanical technologies alongside an optional module that allows students to increase their understanding in an area suited to their interests and needs. In addition to these taught modules you will also complete a group design project and a major, individual research and development project working closely with an academic in your chosen subject area.
Core taught content:
Non-linear solid mechanics
Turbomachinery and propulsion
Renewable energy technologies
Future vehicles Optional taught content:
Students select one optional module from the following topics:
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